Seventeen Days

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What do you do while stuck on a ship for 17 days crossing the Atlantic ocean from the Caribbean to Africa going a mere 11 knots?

Sailing_3643 Bell (Aus)

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A lot of weird stuff, as it turns out.

Your guy friends might set up a fun dinner on one of the decks for you and some of the girls.

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And then you might have to pretend you are like Charlie’s Angels.

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Or maybe on another night you and a bunch of Mexican chicks dress up as Koreans.

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No reason.

And you might get the Welsh guy to join you.

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Probably mostly just because you both were being fake Asians.

You might stumble on a group of deckies (those who maintained the outside of the ship… aka the deck” in the kitchen around midnight making… who knows what, other than a big mess.

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And then, when you are totally over being stuck on a boat for SEVENTEEN days in the row, you’ll even stoop to making Christmas bows. Because you’re so bored and tired of being on a ship for SEVENTEEN DAYS in a row.

Sailing_3523 Decorating for Christmas

And then to cap things off, the chef might set up the grills on the aft deck and make barbecue for 200 people. It it would be SO SWEET.

Sailing_3512 Barbeque

And it might almost be worth being stuck on a sailing ship for 17 days IN A ROW.

Sailing_3527 Lifeboat & sunset

Almost.

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